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Make-or-buy

Make-or-buy

Make-or-buy to secure know-how and make the cost structure more flexible!

Economic cycles and acute cost pressure repeatedly lead to spontaneous outsourcing decisions with far-reaching consequences:

  • Due to the decline in volume, the optimal operating point of production is abandoned
  • As a result, productivity falls or production/unit costs rise significantly and the result is burdened
  • Know-how-relevant volumes are outsourced to suppliers, thus weakening the competitive position

These topics are currently very relevant again. Today, as in 2009, we again recognize the relevance of a strategically and economically sound make-or-buy decision. The main objectives here are to retain strategically relevant know-how and make the cost structure more flexible.

Realizing unused potential

We would like to give you suggestions and impulses on how make-or-buy processes should proceed and which methodical approach makes sense:

  • Strategic make-or-buy decision?
  • Make-or-buy in the life cycle?
  • Make-or-buy decision cases?
  • Models for outsourcing production volumes?

We would be pleased to introduce you to our TMG Inventory Management Suite for the sustainable reduction of inventories in a personal meeting.

As partner of well-known family-owned companies and corporations as well as their suppliers, we have been supporting our customers for more than 30 years with various topics along the value-added processes and supply chain, from organizational and strategy development to process and system design to the implementation of excellence concepts.
 
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding this TMG IMPULSE publication, please do not hesitate to contact us via the link above.

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 Martin  Geis
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 Darya  van de Sandt-Nassehi